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IFA president optimistic despite proposed CAP cuts
Newly elected IFA president Tim Cullinan said he would still fight for a €2bn CAP budget for Ireland despite proposals to cut the budget by 14%.
Farmers react to Kepak closure
Matthew Halpin talks to farmers Gerry Kenny, Colm Gregan and Michael Kelly about the recent announcement by Kepak to close its plant in Clare.
David Clarke, Clarke Exporters and the Irish Livestock Exporters Association
David Clarke represented the Irish Livestock Exporters Association in Egypt and in this clip he observes that the population in both Algeria and Egypt is large and growing. He calls out the the need for licensing another boat to export livestock.
Remi Valencot, senior GIRA consultant
Remi Valencot presents his analysis of the market opportunities in both Algeria and Egypt and in this clip he summarises what he sees as the opportunity for Irish companies to trade with both countries.
Potato growers remain optimistic despite bad weather
As 2019 weather conditions saw much of the potato crop left in the ground, farmers who attended the National Potato Conference reflected optimistically on their harvest. Marcella Connolly spoke to growers Barry Mitchell, Charlie Doherty, Eddie Doyle and Peter Garrigan.
Raymond Irvine, judge for this year’s Charolais sale in Stirling Scotland
Shane Murphy speaks with Raymond Irvine, judge for this year’s Charolais sale in Stirling Scotland. Raymond runs the Inverlochy herd and has previously purchased stock bulls in Ireland.
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